It was Prohibition, and a big, hell-raising Son Martin had himself something special: $125,000 worth of Kentucky's finest home-made whiskey, no one was going to steal it. Because when it came to shooting, fighting, and outsmarting the Big Boys, Son Martin wasn't just good. He was bad . .... read more
“…he was old enough that he could be blunt and not care what anybody thought.”
“No sir, there were things that were exciting to think about, but nobody with a brain in his head would ever do them in real life.”
“…, but he was also a person, with kin anyway, even though he might not have any friends.”
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